Common Challenges Associated with Clery Act and VAWA Compliance

Alison Kiss from the Clery Center provides recommendations on addressing the revised law that went into effect this past summer.

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Changes to the Clery Act via the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) went into effect this past July, but many colleges are still finding it challenging to comply with this updated law.

To help security and safety stakeholders at U.S. institutions of higher education make sense of all of these changes, Campus Safety magazine interviewed Alison Kiss, who is the Clery Center for Security on Campus‘ executive director.

In this podcast interview, Alison describes some of the common issues her organization is seeing in universities’ attempts to comply with VAWA. She also provides recommendations on how campuses can overcome these challenges.

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